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Youth Program and Film Workshop – Halloween 2022
Screening of experimental short films followed by a film intervention workshop with Montreal filmmaker Guillaume Vallée.
Attend a special screening of works from the Vidéographe collection selected by two special guest curators: Jacqueline Sirois-Desrues, 5, and William Vallée-Jerez, 10.
After the 30-minute program, you are invited to explore different animation techniques on film with artist Guillaume Vallée. The works created during the workshop will then be digitized and distributed to participants by email.
Get ready to get your clothes all messy as you develop your own creative process and learn about filmmaking as a career!
Please note that an adult must be present with the child/children for the activity to run smoothly and that an LSQ interpreter will also be on site to ensure the workshop’s accessibility.
This free activity is for children aged 6 to 12.
Space is limited, register now!
This activity is a collaboration between Vidéographe and the sociocultural center Art Neuf. It is made possible by the support of the Canada Council for the Arts and the Montreal Arts Council, and the collaboration of the arrondissement du Plateau-Mont-Royal.
About the artist
Experimental filmmaker, video artist, and independent curator, Guillaume Vallée graduated from Concordia University with a Major in Film Animation and MFA in Studio Arts – Film Production. He is interested in alternative forms of moving images in analog forms as a way of considering the direct interaction between different mediums. His work is an exploration of materiality within the creative process. In attempts of creating a more complex relationship with his subject matter, Vallée makes use of cross-medium forms that range from camera-less techniques to optical effects, glitches, video feedback, resulting in expended and hybrid pieces. He works mainly on Super8, 16mm, and VHS.